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Successful Business Continuity Management (BCM) Needs a Comprehensive Approach

Posted by TUV Rheinland on Mar 5, 2019 9:21:29 PM
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Successful Business Continuity Management (BCM) Needs A Comprehensive Approach

Successful Business Continuity Management (BCM) requires identifying critical business processes and deriving required measures for reducing the probability of failure occurrence or getting systems back up in the event of damage.

Comprehensive Approach as a Key for Success

Be Pro-Active in Crisis Management

Gain greater security through the setup of Business Continuity Management, or BCM: This means that you are optimally prepared in the event that IT-supported processes, services or systems are impaired or drop out.

Detailed contingency plans and disaster recovery plans enable you to respond appropriately. So you can get back to productive work as quickly as possible.


Control Your Risks

Capitalise on our many years of experience in risk management. Our experts provide you with launch support: We analyse the processes that need to be safeguarded in disaster recovery and calculate restart times. We evaluate all measures under cost/benefit aspects. This provides you with the security to take correct action.

In the event of a crisis, BCM provides for a fast, efficient and coordinated course of action. You will then know how to prevent damage and minimise company risks.


Your Advantages at a Glance

With TÜV Rheinland as a partner in BCM, you:

  • Specifically lower the follow-up costs of system failures.
  • Create preventive space for individual action in possible times of crisis.
  • Safeguard your return on investment against potential dangers.
  • Create an integrated risk management system that offers you legal certainty.


Business Continuity Management Strategy in Three Steps

BCM means pro-active crisis management and with it greater IT security. Together with you, we develop an emergency strategy for the quickest possible business recovery. Our service includes a three-stage concept:

  1. Analysis Our experts analyze your IT and investigate potential dangers.
  2. Action planning On this basis, we determine your real-world protection requirements.
  3. Emergency strategy.

Together with you, we develop emergency measures and document them for your employees. The result: a detailed emergency strategy, and comprehensive recommendations for action.

Keen to build a more robust Business Continuity Management (BCM) strategy for your organisation? Our experts are here to help:

Contact us now

Topics: BCMS, AA19_S01_22301